The training is aimed at technical divers seeking to expand their knowledge about decompression diving up to the depth of 60 meters, with the use of trimix gas mixtures to reduce gas narcosis.
Are you interested in this training? Find your instructor.
Applicants for the program must:
•be a minimum of 21 years of age
• have passed Extendend Range 50 or equivalent from another training agency. The Extendend Range 50 course can be conducted along with the Trimix Mod 60 course.
• have logged a minimum of 130 dives (a minimum of 70 hours), at least 50 of which to a depth greater than 36 meters.
If you think you are lacking in the required knowledge, contact your ISSF instructor who will help you to fill in the gaps.
The training consists of 6 dives at least, each of which cannot be shorter than 40 minutes. The total time of in-water session cannot be shorter than 300 minutes. If the course is combined with the Extended Range 50 training, there are two additional training days included and a minimum of 4 dives with a total time of not less than 160 minutes added.
A Trimix MOD 60 certification enables you to perform decompression dives, with no time limits, at a maximum depth of 60 meters with bottom gas mixtures containing the oxygen percentage of no less than 18% and decompression nitrox mixtures, including pure oxygen.
“In diving… there are no shortcuts”